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Postcard from Australia: Point Lonsdale – The Seagull

We had a very windy walk today along the coast at Point Lonsdale on  the Bellarine Peninsula. The wind on the pier was so strong that the seagull in the photo was literally suspended in the air. No wonder the Port Phillip Head’s Rip is so notorious!
Nous avons eu une promenade très éventée sur la côte aujourd’hui à Point Lonsdale sur la péninsule de Bellarine. Le vent sur la jetée était si forte que la mouette dans la photo était littéralement suspendue dans l’air. Ce n’est pas étonnant que le rip (zone de contre-courant) à Port Phillip Heads est si célèbre.

2 replies on “Postcard from Australia: Point Lonsdale – The Seagull”

Looking at the map it’s funny that you were so close to St Leonards , Hastings, Torquay , Anglesea and Sorrento and SanRemo with a French Island for good luck.

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